What’s Your Replacement Window Cleaning Schedule?
For many homeowners, cleaning the windows ranks right up there in popularity with unstopping a clogged toilet. It’s labor-intensive, can involve running back and forth dozens of times to get that last smudge off the exterior surface, and even requires athletic skills – such as climbing a ladder and maintaining your balance while stretching to wash, rinse and buff some 15 feet above the ground. You could hire a professional window cleaning crew to clean your windows, but that means spending the time to get references from your friends, checking out potential contractors’ reputations with the BBB and online review sites, and adding another line item to the budget. Continue reading 11 Window Cleaning Tips for New Jersey & New York Homeowners
Planning a replacement window project in New Jersey and New York can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t have the right skills and experience to accurately compare styles, performance and brands.
Updating your home is much more complicated than simply pouring over design magazines and reading online journals of others’ experiences (although this is a great place to start). It’s best to gain some working knowledge about your home’s structural components, building materials and construction methods before making lasting decisions. Working with dedicated professionals gives you access to the tools and techniques necessary to update your home to ensure the end result is a visually pleasing outcome that complements your architecture and offers superior functionality. Whether you have a small or large home improvement project in mind, here are three planning options for your consideration. Continue reading 3 Window Project Options for New Jersey & New York Metro
As we approach the middle of October, many of our friends and neighbors are thinking about updating their New Jersey or New York Metro home with Energy Star certified replacement windows and patio doors. Cold weather is ahead, and if you’ve decided this year you aren’t going to fight drafty corners or put up with excessive condensation on your windows, we can help. Continue reading Which is Better for Your Replacement Window Project: Cash or Finance?
Real estate industry research suggests that the average American buys a new home every 9 to 12 years. Despite that fact, most homeowners will only invest in replacement windows once during their adult life. Renewal by Andersen customers from throughout the Our New Jersey & New York Metropolitan area come to us looking for solutions to control rising heating and air conditioning expenses, or sometimes to give their older homes a modern, fresh appearance. Some are updating their home because their windows are damaged and in such poor condition they cannot keep the rain and cold from coming inside. Whatever the reason – and whether it is the first time, or the third time – that a homeowner contacts us to discuss purchasing replacement windows, we want the experience to be pleasant, informative and stress-free. Continue reading Get Signature Service in Your NJ & NY Replacement Windows
Updating your New Jersey or New York Metro home with modern replacement windows is an exciting journey for most homeowners. After all, windows are one of the most expressive elements of your dwelling. The window shape, size and glass options all directly influence the way your house looks to the outside world and determines how much light, air and sound enter your indoor spaces. When comparing diverse window styles, you’ll find two are very similar – Single Hung and Double Hung windows. Not sure which style is best for your home? Here is a quick comparison to help you decide. Continue reading Single Hung vs Double Hung Windows in New Jersey & New York